As the counts draw to a close, this is how the 32nd Dáil looks 6 years ago

As the counts draw to a close, this is how the 32nd Dáil looks

Not many seats left to win.

With only 23 of Dáil Éireann's 158 seats left to play for, the next Dáil is beginning to take a very clear shape.

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Day two of the count has come with some shocks, such as the loss of James Reilly's seat in the Dublin Fingal constituency, and Fianna Fáil's continued strong resurgence.

Fianna Fáil and Fine Gael have now won enough seats between them to form a government, whether or not they can come to any agreement remains to be seen.

Here is the breakdown of seats by party with 135/158 seats filled:

Anti-Austerity Alliance/People Before Profit - 5 seats

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Fianna Fáil - 38 seats

Fine Gael - 42 seats

Green Party - 2 seats

Independents - 15 seats

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Independent Alliance - 4 seats

Labour - 6 seats

Other - 0 seats

Renua - 0 seats

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Sinn Féin - 17 seats

Social Democrats - 3 seats